For better or for worse, much of our financial education comes from our parents.
And if your parents aren't saving-savvy, you might feel like you've missed out on some important money lessons.
Tom Corley, an accountant and financial planner, tries to solve that problem. He shares the lessons he's learned from his research into wealthy individuals, as well as great personal finance advice he's received over the years.
In his book "Rich Kids: How to Raise Our Children to be Happy and Successful in Life," Corley details the lessons rich parents give their kids, many of which will help anyone in their 20s be more successful in their 30s.
If you want to be rich later on in life, he says, adopt these four habits as soon as you can.